: KIX = Kansai International Airport.
: HND = Tokyo International Airport = Haneda Airport.
: NRT = Narita International Airport. What tourist train pass you recommend me to buy I saw your post that single tickets will work cheaper but do not how to apply to my trip.
You have not yet shown the whole itinerary.
Here I continue, on the assumption that you will enter Japan at KIX, head to Nagoya City, visit F1 Grand Prix at Suzuka Circuit, move to Tokyo and exit Japan at HND or NRT all in the coming October.
To move from Osaka City to Nagoya City in a short time, a Shinkansen "Hikari" or "Nozomi" is better than a Kintetsu Ltd. Express.
A JR base-fare ticket to get from KIX via Nagoya City to Tokyo or NRT is valid only for 5 calendar days.
Your itinerary has at least 6 calendar days for the route, so you have to divide it.
If the route is divided at Nagoya, the cost for both the first half until Nagoya and a round trip to Suzuka Circuit can be lower if you use a Kintetsu Rail Pass Wide.
One possible merit of the KRP Wide is that it enables the holder to have a set of two-way airport accesses between KIX and Namba in Osaka (and/or between Centrair and Nagoya City, which I assume you will not choose). http://www.kintetsu.co.jp/foreign/english/useful/ticket/rpw1-1.htmlhttp://www.kintetsu.co.jp/foreign/english/useful/ticket/rpw1-2.html
By the way, will a child be among the travelers?
Regarding the KRP Wide, a kid edition (for kids of 6 - 11 years old) is NOT available. For a traveler before reaching 12, a Kintetsu Rail Pass (without "Wide" in the name) or JR regular tickets can be a better choice.
If a little child before reaching 6 solely uses a reserved space, or one elder passenger (of 6 years old or older) accompanies more than two such little children, a fare and/or a charge may be required.
The transportation cost until Tokyo with one round trip to Suzuka Circuit
: 17040 yen, for a traveler of 12 years old or older.
# 5700 yen: Kintetsu Rail Pass Wide: valid for 5 consecutive calendar days.
# KRP Wide (1390 yen with regular tickets, including Ltd. Express charge)
: From Kansai-airport to Namba by Nankai, taking a Ltd. Express "Rapi:t" for about 40 minutes.
# KRP Wide (4150 yen with regular tickets, including Ltd. Express charge)
: From Osaka Namba to Kintetsu Nagoya by Kintetsu, taking a Ltd. Express for about 2 hours with one of the three vouchers.
# KRP Wide (2 x 1670 yen with regular tickets, including Ltd. Express charges) for one round trip
: Between Kintetsu Nagoya and Shiroko by Kintetsu, taking a Ltd. Express each way for about 40 minutes with one of the three vouchers.
# 2 x 380 yen, base fares for one round trip
: Between Shiroko-eki Nishi (= Shiroko Station West) and Suzuka Circuit by bus of Mie Kotsu.
(Maybe the bus rides will be covered by the KRP Wide, maybe not.)
Only a few regular buses are available on weekdays.
Extra buses will run because of F1 Grand Prix, presumably during 7 - 9 October for this time.
A public holiday will fall on 10 October 2011.
# 6090 yen, base fare
: From Nagoya to a station in Tokyo 23 city wards (= of Tokyo tokunai) by JR.
# 4490 yen, charge
: From Nagoya to Shinagawa or Tokyo, taking a Shinkansen "Hikari" or "Nozomi" for less than two hours.